Description Assignment Highlights: (1) The end of the civil war brought to the nation various efforts by individuals, organizations, and the government to give the freed slaves opportunities to become productive members of the country. From the beginning of the Reconstruction well into the 20th century, the nation continued to address issues of slavery, freedom, the reconstruction, and other new problems specific to African Americans. Most of these issues continue to plague African Americans today. (2) One avenue that became necessary for the African American community to solve the problems of the 20thcentury was leadership by African Americans. In their own ways, these leaders wanted what was best for the nation at that time. One of those leaders was W.E.B. Du Bois. Assignments: (i)Explain and analyze the specific obstacles the Reconstruction period faced in assisting black people to move from slavery to freedom. Your analysis must then give specific reasons why the Reconstruction ended. From this analysis, show (explain) that leadership by African Americans became necessary when the Reconstruction period ended. (ii)From what you now know about •the true nature of Chattel Slavery in America; •the solutions proposed to solve the problems and issues of African Americans after the Civil war; and •the true nature of problems and issues that continue to plague African Americans today. How would you argue that: Even with the solutions proposed by W.E.B. Du Bois and other leaders of that time, the issues of slavery and race continue to complicate African American identity and justice in the USA today because key ideologies developed during slavery and the Reconstruction period have not been resolved. Your analysis must mention the solutions that were proposed by African American leaders during those periods. Consider these issues as you analyze the solutions: (1) how the system of slavery had shaped both the races; (2) the economic structure of the nation during and after the Civil War; (3) issues, problems, and complications generated during the Reconstruction Period and (4) the practicability of the proposed solutions. In this way, you may conclude that key ideologies developed during slavery have not been resolved. You may also give differing reasons and views as to why African Americans, collectively, continue to face issues specifically related to their identity in contemporary USA. Either way, you must demonstrate your knowledge of the issues and problems that continue to face African Americans since slavery. Your responses must also demonstrate your knowledge of the solutions proposed by the leaders of the 20th century to end the problems and issues facing African American at that time. Specific examples and quotes especially from the resources used in this class must be used in your essay. Include page numbers in your citations -even for online resources. Please use Chapter-section for citations from Hine, Darlene Clark; Hine, William C.; and Harrold, Stanley C., REVEL for The African-American Odyssey, Combined Volume, 7th Edition. Pearson Prentice Hall: Seventh Edition, 2017. ISBN 13: 9780134485355. Format: •Typed and double-spaced with a one-inch left margin. •Use black ink and (around) size 12 of popular fonts. •Although the use of the Modern Language Association (MLA) guidelines in citing your work is preferred, any popular methods will be accepted (be consistent). •There are no page limits to this assignment, but you must fully respond to the given assignments. Grading (out of 100 points): This assignment fulfills the “Individual Essay Assignments” requirement of the course and will contribute 15% of your semester grade as explained in the syllabus. Overall, you must demonstrate your knowledge of the issues and problems that continue to face African American since slavery. Your responses must also demonstrate your knowledge of the solutions proposed by the leaders of the 20th century to end the problems and issues facing African American at that time. 1.The title of your paper should reflect the topics in the homework and should be made clear in the introduction (5 points). 2.Your introduction should provide a brief “significance” of the subjects in the assignment and should also lead the reader to a clear understanding of what your response is about and provide a plan of analysis (10 points). 3.The body (70 points) of your paper must fully respond to the assignments by clearly developing, defending, and analyzing your arguments using ideas found in the resources used in this class, your research, and your ideas: Assignment (i)Your explanation and analysis must (a) give specific obstacles the Reconstruction period faced in assisting black people to move from slavery to freedom. (10points). (b) give specific reasons why the Reconstruction ended. (10points). (c)show(explain)that leadership by African Americans became necessary when the Reconstruction period ended. (10points). Assignment (ii) (a): Analyze the solutions –especially by Du Bois because you read these in detail-that were proposed by African American leaders during those periods by considering the issues (1), (2), (3) and (4) given in assignment(ii). (30points) (b): From the analysis and your knowledge of key ideologies of Chattel Slavery (you can refer to the theories of Chattel Slavery we used in class). Give your ideas why African Americans, collectively, continue to face issues specifically related to their identity in contemporary USA. (10points) 4. The concluding paragraph(s) should not mirror the introduction but strengthen the body of your essay while pointing out possible problems with your analysis:(10 points). 5. This assignment will also be graded on your writing skills-citations, typos etc.: (5 points). Helpful Information and Hints. 1.The “Assignment Highlights” are not assignments. These guide you on what the assignments are about. Understanding this part will help you in the assignments. 2. Please respond to the assignments. For example, if the assignment is to analyze, please do not just “report”. A summary of what you read is not an analysis. Your responses should not ignore relevant literature; however, you can challenge the resources used in this course. 3.Students are encouraged to make judicious use of the Writing Skills Improvement Program-https://wsip.arizona.edu/and the Think Tank tutoring services https://thinktank.arizona.edu/to acquire all the assistance needed to complete readings and essay assignments for this class. If you have questions about a grade and/or a comment, please contact the instructor. 5.The main purpose of this assignment is for you to express how you understand the material presented to you in this course. If you have questions or have an outline of your Homework, you are welcome to contact your instructor for a discussion.6.
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